Fraser Place Central Seoul
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- Adult pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... a word of english. The gold here is 24 carrot, but you can't buy it because they also do not except credit cards. After a lot of walking we take the shuttle back to the ship and since we are in town for two days and it is cold (how spoiled we already are ) and raining we stay on board for the remaining time. After a grey sea day our next stop is Shanghai. We are to experience the most modern form of transportation today. A thrilling ride on the Maglev ...
... countries but not having proper direction signs made it little disappointing. On the way back we stopped by a restaurant called Yujin restaurant that was mentioned in Sungsigyung radio. It was packed with older guys. We ordered sulungtang and mulnangmyun and at first both tasted little bit weird but more we tasted it became more delicious. It was very strange. After we came back we ate gamjatang for late second dinner and it was also very delicious.
... by North Korean soldiers, this check point was moved so that the interaction between soldiers from each side was limited. We also got to see the two "friendship villages" from a distance, and saw the world's tallest flagpole, which is on the North Korean side of the border. It's interesting to note that while it's obvious that the South Korean village is inhabited (and very wealthy by Korean standards as they don't have to pay any taxes or do ...
... I could have but I wasn't really bargaining and it was still cheaper than I was finding by me so I called it a win and headed out. I will be going back there, namely for a backpack I found, an external battery for my phone and a small electric heater for winter, but I will be back. That place was awesome and next time I will be bargaining. I'm too damn good at it after living in Indonesia not to :)
... on the side or sometimes both. I have been told the numbers can be linked to worker groups in factories but I cannot say for sure it would seem unlikely for South Korea, China maybe just because of the scale of the housing here.
Also the road junctions are a mass of wires and lights even one with a television screen showing cartoon accidents as a warning. As we crossed the single river for the fourth time we began to suspect the driver may not be ...